Official: Release of 2010 GCE O Level Examination Results + Polys Open House 2011


I'm certain Secondary 4 and 5 students who took the GCE 'O' Level Examinations last year 2010 are excitedly waiting for the release of the results.

According to MOE and Strait Times website, it's stated that the results will be released on 10th January 2011, 2pm onwards.

Wishing you all the best!

For students who are considering the Polytechnic route, here's the list of the open houses. Click on it to find out more.

  • SP (Singapore)
  • NP (Ngee Ann)
  • RP (Republic)
  • TP (Temasek)
  • NYP (Nanyang)

Learn more on the courses, the culture of each polytechnic and have a better idea which will match your interests, personality and requirements.

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